Dr. Kashif RasoolPost Doc | Materials Science and Engineering
Dr. Kashif’s research interests include application of nanotechnology in biofouling mitigation, energy harvesting, development of nanomaterial for present day MF/UF/RO membranes to aligned nanotubes, aquaporin and water/wastewater treatment quality improvement. In addition to investigation of the fate, biotransformation and influence of nanomaterial in aquatic environment and water/wastewater treatment systems. Rasool is also interested in an integrated approach to all aspects of design, operation, control and management for water/wastewater treatment processes including desalination, anaerobic/aerobic digestion (mesophilic/thermophilic), nitritation/anammox, biochemical remediation; and bioremediation
- Undergraduate studies on Agricultural Environmental Engineering, University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan. 2006
- Master’s Degree on Environemntal Engineering, Myongji University, Republic of Korea. 2009
- PhD on Environmental and Energy Engineering, Kyungpook National University.
Dr. Kashif studied Environmental and Energy Engineering at Kyungpook National University, Korea. He moved to Institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering at National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan in August 2014 where he worked as Assistant Professor. Currently he is working as postdoctoral fellow with Material Science & Engineering group at Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute.
- Marquis Who's Who in the World has published biographical profile in Who's Who in the World® 2015 (32nd Edition). 2015
- Kyungpook National University (KNU) Honors Scholarship: For PhD studies (2011-2014)
- Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan Scholarship: Fully funded for MS Engineering studies at Myongji University, Republic of Korea (2007-2009).
- MIGS International Student Award: Merit scholarship from Myongji International Graduate School (MIGS) Korea throughout the MS studies
- Kashif Rasool, Dae Hee Ahn and Dae Sung Lee (2014) Simultaneous organic carbon and nitrogen removal in an anoxic-oxic activated sludge system under various operating conditions. Bioresource Technology. 162, 373-378
- Kashif Rasool, Seung Han Woo and Dae Sung Lee (2013) Simultaneous removal of COD and Direct Red 80 in a mixed anaerobic sulfate-reducing bacteria culture. Chemical Engineering Journal. 223, 611–616
- Kashif Rasool and Dae Sung Lee (2015) Characteristics, kinetics and thermodynamics of Congo Red biosorption by activated sulfidogenic sludge from an aqueous solution. Int. J. Environ. Sci. Technol. 12 (571-580)
- H-T Tran, D-H Kim, S-J Oh, K Rasool, Park, R-H Zhang and D-H Ahn (2009) Nitrifying bio cathode enables effective electricity generation and sustainable wastewater treatment with microbial fuel cell. Water Science & Tech. 59, 1803-1808